The Securing New Ground Conference, held in New York City, Nov. 5-6, included a wealth of speakers and information. Attendees are provided with Securing New Ground’s Annual Report, which contains detailed information from the conference, reports and information useful to security professionals to help them plan the year ahead. Following are some research highlights from that report. More information on Securing New Ground can be found on the conference website.
The Toronto chapter of ASIS International held its annual law enforcement and security professional practitioner awards in Mississauga in October. Winners are recognized for their outstanding achievements, leadership skills and selfless acts.
ASIS Toronto chapter has announced the winner of its first annual student scholarship writing competition.
The City of Toronto’s corporate security department is once again organizing a Civic Run event to raise security awareness and encourage employee engagement as well as benefit the United Way.
As a part of their cyber-security training program for executives, the Canadian Security Executive Forum (CSEF) has brought together a working group of 48 associations to contribute their expertise and guide the development of the program - the “Inter-Association Working Group on Cyber Security” (IAWGCS).
A new survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs and commissioned by Avigilon revealed some startling findings about opinions on school safety and security in North America.
The International Association for Healthcare Safety and Security (IAHSS) has partnered with ASIS International to promote activities amongst their respective memberships.
ASIS International and Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) have signed a memorandum of understanding “to foster the growth of the security and information technology systems industries.”